So I'm taking a drawing class (my first), and the nozzle of the can of spray fixative I use on my drawings has clogged.
I pulled a layer of dried fixative off the spray point and poked it with a pin to clear it, but now all it does is make a half hearted ssssssss while a little dribble of fixative trickles out (not a spray).
Some sites on the Internets recommend sticking the nozzle head in hot water to clear it. I'm not so sure that's a good idea with a can that has dire warnings all over it about poison, explosion, fire, etc.
Has anyone who has used this stuff got any safer suggestions? This stuff is expensive and I'd sooner not have to buy a new can if that can be avoided.